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On Tuesday 25 March at 2.30 pm in Committee Room 15, the Foreign Affairs Committee takes evidence on developments in Libya
This is the third in a series of one-off evidence sessions on the Middle East, to keep abreast of developments and UK policy there. Previous sessions focussed on Syria and its immediate neighbours and Israel-Palestine.
Tuesday 25 March 2014, Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Evidence given by Oliver Miles CMG, former UK Ambassador to Libya; Noman Benotman, Quilliam President; Sir Dominic Asquith, KCMG, former UK Ambassador to Libya, and Chairman of the Libyan-British Business Council